A football club, a safe retailer, a retired teacher and a carpet retailer all feature on Revenue's latest Tax Defaulters list published today.
Friends of the Rebel Army Society, which trades as Cork City Football Club and is based in Bishopstown Stadium in Cork, made a settlement for under declaration of VAT.
In a statement, Cork City Football Club confirmed that it has reached a settlement with Revenue totalling €88,817.02, including penalties and charges.
The club said the settlement related to VAT returns and arose out of an incorrect interpretation of the rules relating to VAT being reclaimed by CCFC for certain football related expenses.
It said the issue related to the period from January 2016 to August 31, 2017.
"The sum owed to Revenue has been paid in full, the matter has been fully settled and it will not have any impact on the future dealings or operations of the football club," the club added.
Meanwhile, carpet retailer and landlord James J Jordan, of Laochfail, Outfarm Lane, Castleknock in Dublin 15 has paid a settlement to Revenue of €1.405m for under declaration of capital gains tax and VAT - the biggest settlement on today's list.
Safe retailer and secure storage provider Paul Ellard, from Long Meadow Farm, Surgalstown South in Swords, Co Dublin agreed a settlement of €1.173m in today's list for under declaration of income tax.
The full amount has yet to be paid.
Retired teacher John Fitzgerald, from 28 Woodlands Drive in Stillorgan Co Dublin, paid Revenue a total of €968,557 for under declaration of capital gains tax.
And second hand car dealer Nenagh-based SJK Wholesale Limited - which traded as Autolines but which is now in liquidation - made a settlement of €915,880 with Revenue for under declaration of VAT. A total of €912,880 remains outstanding.
Livestock trader SDM Emerald Green Exports Limited - which is now in liquidation - from Castlehill, Castlerea in Co Roscommon paid Revenue a settlement of €793,573 for under declaration of VAT. €498,349 of this remains to be paid.
And former Monaghan GAA manager Seamus McEnaney, from Corvalley in Carrickmacross in Co Monaghan, made a settlement of €171,365 for under declaration of income tax and PAYE, PRSI and USC.
Also listed is greyhound trainer, Graham Holland, from Riverside Kennels, Atthasal Abbey, in Golden Tipperary.
Mr Holland, who is one of the country's top trainers, paid Revenue €74,994 for the under declaration of income tax, arising from an audit.
Revenue said the total settlement amount for the latest period came to €7,999,804.